Latest TV Reviews
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah premieres, boasting a new host, a new set, a new font, but basically everything else is the same old show.
As Fear the Walking Dead nears the end of season 1, the series’ mindset becomes evident in the midst of a society breaking down.
Jake and Amy try dating, while Captain Holt tries to keep it together in Brooklyn Nine-Nine season 3, episode 1: New Captain.
Stewie and Brian get drugged, while Peter and Quagmire face off in the kitchen in Family Guy’ season 14, episode 1: Pilling Them Softly.
After being diagnosed with narcolepsy, Homer struggles to keep his family together in the season 27 premiere of The Simpsons.
Once Upon a Time returns for season 5 by switching things up, turning its shining hero into the Dark Swan.
Masters of Sex ends a season marked by increasingly dubious choices with a series of equally questionable decisions in ‘Full Ten Count.’
ABC premieres the twisty terrorist thriller Quantico, which remains likeable despite its overstuffed plot and formulaic characters.
Exiled from Tucson, Phil and Carol hit the road in search of a new home in The Last Man on Earth season 2 premiere: ‘Is There Anybody Out There?’
Star-Lord and the rest of the gang find an alien artifact in the two-part series premiere of Disney XD’s Guardians of the Galaxy.
NBC’s The Player premieres with a more outlandish premise that it really needs, but also just enough charm and action to get away with it.
Following a devastating event in Odessa, Texas, evolved humans hide from those who persecute them in the Heroes Reborn series premiere.
Limitless, the newest weekly procedural to premiere on CBS takes the boundless concept of the film and fits it within a familiar constraint.
The Scream Queens two-part series premiere blends humor, horror, and visual panache to create a (mostly) fun and fast-paced television debut.
The Muppets offers a behind-the-scenes look the day-to-day struggles of Kermit & Co. as they produce ABC’s Up Late with Miss Piggy.